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Operating Manual

Earth Leakage Relay

RISH ELR VI

RL-1 RL-2

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Digital Protection Relay

RESET TEST ENTER


EARTH LEAKAGE RELAY
Programmable Multi-function Relay
Installation & Operating Instructions
Section Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Display and Operating Elements
1.2 Models
1.2.1 Earth Leakage Relay
1.2.2 ELR VI model
2. Measurement Parameters
3. Flow Diagrams
3.1 Earth Leakage Relay
3.1.1 Set up Parameters screen
3.1.2 Measuring Parameters screens
3.2 ELR VI (Earth Leakage Relay VI)
3.2.1 Set up Parameters screen
3.2.2 Measuring Parameters screens
4. Programming
4.1 Menu selection
4.1.1 Password Protection
4.1.2 System Parameter selection menu
4.1.2.1 Current Transformer (CT) Primary
4.1.2.2 Current Transformer (CT) Secondary
4.1.2.3 Potential Transformer (PT) Primary
4.1.2.4 Potential Transformer (PT) Secondary
4.1.2.5 Auto Scroll
4.1.2.6 Factory Reset
4.1.3 Parameters Selection menu
4.1.3.1 Parameter Selection
4.1.3.2 YES / NO
4.1.3.3 Trip Point
4.1.3.4 Trip Delay
4.1.3.5 Hysteresis
4.1.3.6 Relay Assignment
4.1.3.7 Quit
4.1.3.8 System Input

2-60-006-00-00620 Rev.E - 07/2018

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4.1.4 Relay Set Up Menu
4.1.4.1 Power ON Delay
4.1.4.2 Reclosure Delay
4.1.4.3 Reset control
4.1.4.4 Relay Configuration
4.1.4.5 Reclosure Attempts
4.1.4.6 Relay 1 Control
4.1.4.7 Relay 2 Control
4.1.4.8 Reset Delay
4.1.4.9 Quit
4.1.5 Reset Menu
4.1.6 Quit Screen
4.2 Faults
4.2.1 Fault Number
4.2.2 Quit
4.3 Other Indications
5. Other Features
5.1 Test Relay operations
5.2 Manual Reset
5.3 CBCT Open Detection
6. Default Setting / On Factory Reset
7. Installation
7.1 EMC Installation Requirements
7.2 Case Dimensions and Panel Cut-out
7.3 Wiring
7.4 Auxiliary Supply
8. Connection Diagrams
9. Technical Specifications
10. Core Balance Current Transformer

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1. INTRODUCTION
Earth Leakage Relay: -
The purpose of Earth-Leakage protection is to measure the Earth
leakage current of an electrical installation, or part of an installation, and
interrupt the power supply if the Earth-Leakage current becomes
dangerous to property.

RISH Earth Leakage Relay with associated sensors (Core Balance


Current Transformers), measure the leakage current in an electrical
installation to detect levels that may be damaging. When used for
protection, they cause an associated circuit breaker or switch to interrupt
the supply of power to the protected system.

RISH Earth Leakage Relay may also be used to monitor earth-leakage in


electrical insulation due to aging of cables or extensions in the installation.
Continuous measurement of leakage currents makes it possible to plan
maintenance on faulty circuits before an increase in the leakage currents
leads to a complete shutdown of the installation.

Alarming / Monitoring Applications :-


A need to set up the relay for an alarm only (but not protection) may be
encountered in situations where an automatic shutdown would introduce
additional hazards and therefore an operator must make the shutdown
decision (e.g., continuous industrial processes, life-support equipment, or
a fire pump circuit).
Critical processes of industrial machines can also benefit by application of
RISH Earth Leakage Relay in alarm mode. In these cases, providing
indication of higher than normal earth-leakage current can allow planned
maintenance, rather than a costly disruption of production.

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The Earth Leakage Relay can
be programmed on site for
RELAY1 RELAY2 four different parameters
k namely ELC.1 (Earth Leakage
EL1
k Current 1), ALR.1 (Alarm1),

EL 2
Av ELC.2 (Earth Leakage
R
Current 2), ALR.2 (Alarm 2)
R

RESET TEST ENTER The front panel has three


push button keys namely
Reset/Down, Test/Up, Enter.
Down Up Enter Micro-USB
Key Key Key Port

The ELR VI can be


programmed on site for seven
different parameters namely
RELAY1 RELAY2

k
ELC.1 (Earth Leakage
EL k Current 1), ALR.1 (Alarm1),
A

V
v PH.OC (phase over current),
PH.UC (phase under current),
R
PH.OU (phase over voltage),
PH.uU (phase under voltage),
TEST ENTER
RESET
r.por (Reverse power).

Down Up Enter Micro-USB


Key Key Key Port

The front panel has three push button keys namely Reset/Down,
Test/Up, Enter.

ELR can be configured through PRKAB using standard Modbus


protocol.

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1.1 Display and Operating Elements
Meter Front Element Colour Significance
El1 Bi-colour Earth Leakage Current 1 LED
EL2 (Green / indication
Red) Earth Leakage Current 2 LED
indication

LED States -
Green - Healthy State
Green (Flashing) - Reset Delay
(applicable to ELR VI )
Red - Fault present
Red (Flashing) - Trip Delay

RELAY 1 Bi-colour RELAY 1 LED (1CO+1CO only)


RELAY1 RELAY2 RELAY 2 (Green / RELAY 2 LED (1CO+1CO only)
EL1 RELAY Red)
EL2
A LED States -
Green - Healthy State
RESET TEST ENTER
Red - Fault / Alarm present

RESET / - RESET / DOWN Key (< 3 sec):


Decrement values, move
downwards in menu
RESET / Down Key (> 3 sec):
Reset relay in manual reset
mode

TEST / - TEST/UP Key (<3 sec):


Increment values, move upwa-
rds in menu
TEST / UP Key (> 3 sec): Switch
relay contacts, resets to initial
position when released
ENTER / - ENTER Key (< 3 sec): Confirm
values, menu level changes
ENTER Key (> 3 sec): Enter
Setup mode

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1.2 Models

1.2.1 Earth Leakage Relay

Features ELR+ ELR


ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1)  
ALr.1(Alarm 1)  
ELC.2(Earth Leakage Current 2)  X
ALr.2(Alarm 2)  X

1.2.2 ELR VI model

Features ELR VI ELR VI (NE)


ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1)  
ALr.1(Alarm 1)  
OU (Over Voltage)  
uU (Under Voltage)  
OC (Over Current)  
uC (Under Current)  
r.Por (Reverse Power)  X

 Available
X Not available

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2. MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS
In normal operation, the user is presented with one of the measurement
reading screens out of several screens. These screens may be scrolled
through one at a time in incremental order by pressing the “ ” key and
in decremental order by pressing “  ” key.

TABLE 1 (A):
Measured Parameters of Earth Leakage Current:
Measured Parameters Units
Earth Leakage Current 1 Ampere
Earth Leakage Current 2 Ampere
High / Low Earth Leakage Current 1 Ampere
High / Low Earth Leakage Current 2 Ampere

TABLE 1 (B):
Measured Parameters of ELR VI Model:

Measured Parameters Units


Earth Leakage Current 1 Ampere
Voltage Volt
Current Ampere
Power Watt

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3. Flow Diagram: -
3.1 Earth Leakage Relay: -
3.1.1 Setup Parameters START
screen

Measurement Screen
(Press ‘ENTER’ key continuously for 3 Sec)

: - UP Key
: - DOWN Key SEtP FALt
(Faults Storage
: - ENTER Key (Setup parameters) Screen)

E
codE (Password)
_._ _ _

0000
Password protection
disabled

SYS V
A (System Parameters Menu)
(See 4.1.2) K

PArA
B (Protection Parameters Menu) w
(See 4.1.3)

M N
Continued....

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M N

rELY
C (Relay Parameters) R1
(See 4.1.4)

rESt
D (Reset Value) R2
(See 4.1.5)

quit K
Exit from setup
(Exit Setup Menu)
to system voltage (See 4.1.6) V

A] SYS (System Parameters Menu)

At.SC
no
(Auto Scrolling) (Edit)
(no or YES)

no SYS
F.rSt (Back to System
(Factory Reset) (Edit)
(no or yes) parameter)

YES (Meter Reset)

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B] PArA (Protection Parameters Menu)
B O1
YES triP tr-d HYS
ELC.1
(Edit) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(Earth leakage (Trip set point)
(YES / no)
current)

no
0.03 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(00.03 to 30.00 A) (0 to 30.0 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

rL1
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2)
/rL12 (Relay 1 & Relay2)
/ nOnE (No relay)

ALr.1 no triP tr-d HYS


(Alarm 1) (Edit) (Trip set point) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(YES / no)
YES
60.0 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(50 to 80 %) (0 to 30.0 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

P Q

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P Q

ELC.2 no HYS
triP tr-d
(Earth leakage (Edit) (Hysteresis)
(Trip set point) (trip delay)
current 2) (YES / no)
YES
0.03 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(0.03 to 30.00A) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

ALr.2 no
triP tr-d HYS
(Alarm 2) (Edit)
(Trip set point) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(YES / no)

YES
60 .0 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(50 to 80 %) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
quit rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Back to main (Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)
menu)
B
O1

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C] rELY (Relay
Parameters) C V1

01.00
Pon.d (Edit)
(Power ON delay) (0.5 to 30 sec)
(See 4.1.4.1)

rCL.d 10.00
(Reclosure delay) (Edit)
(See 4.1.4.2) (01.00 to 30.00 sec)

YES
rSt.C (Edit)
(Reset Control) Auto
(YES / no)
(See 4.1.4.3)

rL1 dE.En
ConF (Edit)
J (configuration) (Relay 1) J
(Energies / De- Energies)
(See 4.1.4.4)

rL2
(Relay 2) dE.En
(Edit)
(Energies / De- Energies)
J
quit
(Back to
configuration)

U Z

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U Z

rC.At 3
(Reclosure (Edit)
attempts) (1 to 5)

quit R1
(Back to main menu)
C
(See 4.1.4.7)
V1

D] rESt (Reset Values)

Hi Lo FLt.S
nonE ALL
(No of value (Max) (Min) (Faults)
should reset )

R2

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E] FALT (Faults Storage Screen)
E

Ft.no Ft.01 OPE.1


(Fault number (Edit) (CBCT 1 Open)
to see) (1 to 15)

quit
(Exit from faults storage screen) X

3.1.2 Measuring Parameters screens


X Y

LC-1 (Leakage Current 1) 5.000 (Reading)

LC-2 (Leakage Current 2) 4.999 (Reading)

Hi-1 (Max earth leakage current 1) 5.000 (Reading)

Lo-1 (Min earth leakage Current 1) 5.001 (Reading)

Hi-2 (Max earth leakage current 2) 10.00 (Reading)

Lo-2 (Min earth leakage Current 2) 6.500 (Reading)

X
FLtS (Total no. of faults present) 2
Y

Note: - Display will toggle between Measuring parameter


name and it's value.

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3.2 ELR VI ( Earth Leakage Relay VI ) : -
3.2.1 Setup Parameters START
screen

Measurement Screen
(Press ‘ENTER’ key continuously for 3 Sec)

: - UP Key
: - DOWN Key SEtP FALt
(Faults Storage
: - ENTER Key (Setup parameters) Screen)

E
codE (Password)
_._ _ _

0000
Password protection
disabled

SYS V
A (System Parameters Menu)
(See 4.1.2) K

PArA
B (Protection Parameters Menu) w
(See 4.1.3)

M N
Continued....

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M N

rELY
C (Relay Parameters) R1
(See 4.1.4)

rESt
D (Reset Value) R2
(See 4.1.5)

quit K
Exit from setup
(Exit Setup Menu)
to system voltage
(See 4.1.6) V

A] SYS (System Parameters Menu)


A

0.005 0.005
CtPr select decimal point (Edit value)
(CT primary in KA) (e.g decimal point at (0.001 kA to
1st digit) 999 KA)

Ct-S 5
(CT Secondary 5 (Edit)
in Ampere)
(1 A to 5 A )

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G

0.240 0.240
PtPr select decimal point (Edit value)
(PT primary in KV) (e.g decimal point at (0.050 kV to
1st digit) 1200 kV)

Pt-S 5
(PT Secondary OR
in Voltage) 240
(Edit)
(1 to 5 OR 50 to 500 VAC)

no
At.SC
(Edit)
(Auto Scrolling)
(no or YES)

no SYS
F.rSt (Back to System
(Factory Reset) (Edit) parameter)
(no or yes)

YES (Meter Reset)

Note: - PT Primary is not applicable to ELR VI (NE).

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B] PArA (Protection Parameters Menu)
B O1
YES triP tr-d HYS
ELC.1
(Edit) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(Earth leakage (Trip set point)
(YES / no)
current)

no
0.03 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(00.03 to 30.00 A) (0 to 30.0 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

rL1
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2)
/rL12 (Relay 1 & Relay2)
/ nOnE (No relay)

ALr.1 no triP tr-d HYS


(Alarm 1) (Edit) (Trip set point) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(YES / no)

YES
60.00 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(50 to 80 %) (0 to 30.0 Sec) (5 to 40 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

P Q

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P Q

PH.OC YES HYS


triP tr-d
(Phase over (Edit) (Hysteresis)
(Trip set point) (trip delay)
current) (YES / no)
no
110% 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(101 to 140%) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (3 to 15 %)

rL2
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

PH.UC no
(Phase under triP tr-d HYS
current) (Edit) (trip delay)
(Trip set point) (Hysteresis)
(YES / no)
no
80 .0 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(20 to 99 %) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (3 to 15 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

F H
Continued....

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F H

PH.OU / YES HYS


triP tr-d
En.OU (Edit) (Hysteresis)
(Trip set point) (trip delay)
(Phase over (YES / no)
Voltage /
no
Earth to
neutral Volatge) 00.00 15.0
110%
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(101 to 125%) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (3 to 15 %)

rL2
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

PH.uU / no
En.uU triP tr-d HYS
(Edit)
(Phase under (Trip set point) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)
(YES / no)
Voltage /
Earth to
neutral under YES
Volatge) 80 .0 00.00 15.0
(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(70 to 99 %) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (3 to 15 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
I L (Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)

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I L

no Sy.iP 1P2
r.Por (Edit system input)
(Edit) (System input)
(Reverse (YES / no) 1P2 (1 phase 2 wire), 3P4b (3
Power) phase 4 wire balanced load),
YES 3P3b (3 phase 3 wire balanced
load)

triP tr-d HYS


(Trip set point) (trip delay) (Hysteresis)

10% 01.00 5.0


(Edit) (Edit) (Edit)
(2 to 20%) (0 to 30.00 Sec) (5 to 15 %)

nOnE
(Edit relay output)
quit rL1 (Relay1) /rL2 (Relay2) /rL12
(Back to main
menu)
B (Relay 1 & Relay2) / nOnE (No relay)
O1

W
Note :- Reverse power is not applicable to ELR VI (NE) model.

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C] rELY (Relay
Parameters) C V1

01.00
Pon.d
(Edit)
(Power ON delay)
(0.5 to 30 sec)
(See 4.1.4.1)

rCL.d 10.00
(Reclosure delay) (Edit)
(See 4.1.4.2) (01.00 to 30.00 sec)

YES
rSt.C (Edit)
(Reset Control) Auto
(YES / no)
(See 4.1.4.3)

dE.En
ConF rL1 (Edit)
J (configuration) (Relay 1) J
(Energies / De- Energies)
(See 4.1.4.4)

rL2
(Relay 2) dE.En
(Edit)
(Energies / De- Energies)
J
quit
(Back to
configuration)

rC.At 3
(Reclosure (Edit)
attempts) (1 to 5)

U Z

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U Z

rLC.1 BuZZ / trip


(Relay1 Control)
(Edit)

rLC.2 BuZZ / trip


(Relay2 Control) (Edit)

rSt.d 01.00
(Reset Delay) (Edit)
(0.20 to 30.00 sec)

R1
quit
(Back to main menu) C
(See 4.1.4.7)
V1

D] rESt (Reset Values)


D

Hi Lo FLt.S
nonE ALL
(No of value (Max) (Min) (Faults)
should reset)

R2
E] FALt (Faults Storage Screen)
E

Ft.no Ft.01
(Fault number OPE.1
(Edit) (CBCT 1 Open)
to see) (1 to 15)

U1 U2
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U1 U2

quit
(Exit from faults storage screen) X

3.2.2 Measuring Parameters screens


X Y

LC-1 (Leakage Current 1) 5.000 (Reading)

PH-C (Phase Current) 4.999 (Reading)

PH-V/En-V(Phase/Earth to Neutral Volt) 230.0 / 05.00


(Reading)

Hi-1 (Max Earth Leakage Current 1) 5.001 (Reading)

Lo-1 (Min Earth Leakage Current 1) 2.00 (Reading)

Hi-2 (Max Phase Current) 5.001 (Reading)

Lo-2 (Min Phase Current) 0.100 (Reading)

300.5 / 07.00
Hi-3 (Max Phase/Earth to neutral Volt)
(Reading)

Lo-3 (Min Phase/Earth to neutral Volt) 100.3 / 01.00


(Reading)

FLtS (Total no. of faults present) 2

X
Pr (Power) / r.Pr (Reverse Power) 1149
Y
Note: - Display will toggle between Measuring parameter name
and it's value.

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4. PROGRAMMING
4.1 Menu Selection
The following sections comprise step by step procedures for configuring the
RISH Relay according to individual user requirement.
4.1.1 Password Protection
To access the Set-Up menu press and hold “ ENTER ” key
for 3 Seconds, the screen is shown in fig 1. On pressing
“ENTER” key, meter will ask for password shown in fig 2.
Fig No: - 1
Then meter will enter into edit mode as shown in fig 3
(*Denotes decimal Point is flashing).
Press “ENTER” key, by default password is set to “0000"
Fig No: - 2
as shown in fig 4.
New Password Setting
* Pressing “” key decrements digit value from 9 to 0.
Fig No: - 3
Value will wrap from 0 to 9.
Pressing ““ key increments digit value from 0 to 9, then
value will wrap from 9 to 0.
Fig No: - 4 Example: - For Setting New password “1234" follow the
procedure. Press “ ” key or “” key once, to enter into
* password edit mode, screen is shown in fig 3 (*Denotes
Fig No: - 5 decimal Point is flashing).
Press “ ” key to increment first digit to ‘ 1 ‘ as shown in
fig 5. Press “ ENTER “ key to confirm number 1, decimal
* point will shift to next digit. Press “” key to increment
Fig No: - 6 second digit to ‘ 2 ’ as shown in fig 6. Press “ ENTER “ key
to confirm digit 2.
Press “” key to increment third digit to “ 3” as shown in
* fig 7.
Fig No: - 7
Press “ ENTER “ key to confirm digit “ 3 “.
Press “ ” key to increment fourth digit to “ 4 “ as shown
* in fig 8.
Fig No: - 8 Press “ ENTER “ key to confirm digit “ 4 “.

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On pressing “ ENTER ” key new password will be set as
shown in fig 9. On again pressing “ENTER” key meter
will confirm new password & will go to SET UP menu.
Fig No: - 9

For changing password at screen shown in fig 9, Press “” key or “”
key and start from “New Password Setting”.
SETUP Menu
Press “” key or “ ” key to move through set up menu.
“SYS” (System) menu allows user to select system
parameters like “Auto”,“Factory Reset”. (for ELR, ELR+)
(Refer Section 4.1.2.5 to 4.1.2.6)
Fig No: - 10 OR
It allows user to select system parameters like “CT / PT
Primary”, “CT / PT Secondary”, “Auto”,“Factory Reset”.
(for ELR VI) (Refer Section 4.1.2.1 to 4.1.2.6)

“PArA” (Parameter) menu allows user to select different


fault parameters like “ELC.1" (Earth leakage current
1),”ALR.1”(Alarm1),“ELC.2"(Earth leakage current
Fig No: - 11 2),”ALR.2” (Alarm 2) (for ELR+ model) (Refer section
4.1.3)
OR
“ELC.1"(Earth leakage current 1),”ALR.1”(Alarm 1)(for
ELR model) (Refer section 4.1.3)
OR
“ELC.1"(Earth leakage current 1),”ALR.1”(Alarm
1),“PH.OC" (Phase Over Current), ”PH.uC”(Phase under
Current), “PH.OU” (Phase Over Voltage), “PH.uU” (Phase
Under Voltage) , “r.Por” (revesre power) (for ELR VI
model) (Refer section 4.1.3).

Fig No: - 12 “rELY” (Relay) menu allows user to select different Relay
related parameters like “Pon.d” (Power ON delay),

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“COnF” (Relay Configuration), “rC.At” (Reclosure
attempts). (Refer section 4.1.4)
OR
It allows user to select different Relay related parameters
like “Pon.d” (Power ON delay), “rCL.d” (Reclosure delay),
“rSt.C” (Reset Control), “COnF” (Relay Configuration),
“rC.At” (Reclosure attempts), “rLC.1” (Relay1 Control),
“rLC.2” (Relay2 Control) (for ELR VI) (Refer section
4.1.4).

“rESt” (Reset) menu allows user to reset different


Fig No: - 13 parameters like “ALL” (Min, max value of Earth Leakage
Current, faults), “Hi” (High Earth Leakage Current, Alarm),
“Lo” (Low Earth Leakage Current, Alarm).“FLt.S” (Faults).
(Refer section 4.1.5)
“quit” (Quit) menu allows user to quit from SETUP menu.
(Refer section 4.1.6)
Fig No: - 14

4.1.2 System Parameter Selection Menu

Fig No: - 15 “SYS” (System) menu allows user to set system related
parameters.
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will enter into system
parameters & ask for Auto scroll mode as shown in fig 29 (refer
section 4.1.2.5) (for ELR, ELR+ model).

OR
It will ask for “CT primary” (refer section 4.1.2.1) (for ELR VI
model) .
4.1.2.1 Current Transformer (CT) Primary
This Screen “CtPr ” (Current Transformer Primary) allows
Fig No: -16

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user to set Current transformer’s primary value in KA.
Kilo is indicated by annunciation of K LED. CT primary can be set from 1A
to 999 KA.
After CtPr meter will show previously stored CT Primary value.
Setting New Current transformer's Primary Value:
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing “” or “” key first time, meter will edit position of decimal point.
Pressing “ENTER” key will start decimal point blinking.
Pressing “” key increments digit value & Pressing “” key decrements
digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will advance to next digit.
After setting Ct-Pr value meter will go to Current transformer’s secondary
setting refer section 4.1.2.2

4.1.2.2 Current Transformer (CT) Secondary


This Screen “Ct-S” (Current transformer Secondary)
allows user to set Current transformer’s Secondary value
in A.
Fig No: -17 The CT secondary can be set from 1A to 5A. After “Ct-S” as
shown in fig 34, meter will show previously stored CT Secondary value.
Setting New Current transformer's Secondary Value.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Pressing “” key
increments digit value & Pressing “” key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will set new CT secondary. On again pressing
“ENTER” key meter will confirm new CT secondary.
After setting Ct-S value meter will go to the PT primary setting refer section
4.1.2.3 (for ELR VI) OR PT Secondary refer 4.1.2.4 (for ELR VI (NE))

4.1.2.3 Potential Transformer (PT) Primary


This Screen allows user to set Potential Transformer’s
primary value in KV. K is indicated by annunciation of ‘K’
LED.
Fig No: -18 The PT primary can be set from 0.050 K VAC to 1200 KVAC.
“ PtPr ” (Potential transformer primary) is shown in fig 18 &

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meter will show previously stored PtPr value “ 0.415 “ (415 VAC) as shown
in fig 18 and “ K ” LED will be lit which indicate in KV.

Setting New Potential transformer's Primary


Value.
Fig No: -19 Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode
Pressing “” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.
Example: - For setting new PtPr value to 0.230KV, follow
* the steps:
Fig No: -20
pressing “” key or “” key first time, meter will edit
position of decimal point.
As shown in fig 19 decimal point is adjusted.
* Pressing “ENTER” key will start blinking decimal point &
Fig No: -21 editing of value as shown in fig 20.
Press “ENTER” key to advance to next digit as shown in fig
No 21. (*Denotes decimal Point is flashing).
Press “” key to decrement digit to “2” as shown in fig 22.
*
Fig No: -22 Press “ENTER” key to advance to next digit as shown in fig
23.
Now press “” key to increment digit to “3”, as shown in
fig 24. Press “ENTER” key to advance to next digit as
shown in fig 25.
* Press “” key to decrement digit to “ 0 ” as shown in fig 26.
Fig No: -23 On pressing “ ENTER ” key new PT primary will be

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set as shown in fig 27. On again pressing “ENTER” key,
meter will confirm new PT primary & will go to Potential
*
Fig No: -24
Transformer’s Secondary setting refer section 4.1.2.4

4.1.2.4 Potential Transformer (PT) Secondary

*
Fig No: -25
This screen allows user to set potential transformer’s
secondary value in V. The PT secondary can be set from
50 V to 500 V (for ELR VI) OR from 1 V to 5 V (for ELR
VI(NE)).
* “ Pt-S ” (Potential transformer‘s secondary) is shown in fig
Fig No: -26 28. After “ Pt-S ” meter will show previously stored PT
secondary value. (*Denotes decimal Point is flashing).
Setting New Potential transformer's Secondary Value:
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing “” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
Fig No: -27
key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will advance to next digit. After
setting Pt-S value meter will go to Auto scroll mode. (Refer
Section 4.1.2.5)
Fig No: -28

4.1.2.5 Auto Scroll


This Screen “At.SC” allows user to enable screen scrolling.
After “At.SC” meter will show previously stored auto
scrolling mode. (YES / NO)
Fig No: -29
Setting Auto scrolling mode:
Pressing“” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Press “” or“”
key to get “YES”.
On pressing “ ENTER ” key Auto scrolling mode will be set. On again
pressing “ENTER” key meter will confirm newly changed auto scrolling
mode & go to Factory reset (refer section 4.1.2.6)
Note: - If faults are present auto scrolling mode will not work.

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4.1.2.6 Factory Reset
This Screen “ F.rst ” (Factory Reset) allows user to reset
meter to factory default setting.
Factory Resetting :-
Fig No: -30
To Reset meter to factory default setting follow the procedure: -
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Example: -
Press “” key to get “YES”. On pressing “ ENTER ” key Meter will be reset
to default setting (Refer section 6 for Default settings).

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4.1.3 Parameter Selection Menu
4.1.3.1 Parameters selection
“PArA ” (Parameters selection) allows user to select 4 different parameters
For (ELR + model) OR 2 different parameters For ( ELR model) OR 7
different parameters For ( ELR VI model) OR 6 different parameters for (
ELR VI (NE) model).
Press “ENTER” key to enter into parameters selection screen.
Press “” key or “” key to move through parameter selection menu.
By pressing “ENTER“ key User can select the desired parameters (refer
section 4.1.3.2).
“ELC.1"(Earth leakage current 1),”ALR.1”(Alarm 1),“ELC.2"(Earth
leakage current 2),”ALR.2”(Alarm 2) for ELR+ model OR “ELC.1"(Earth
leakage current 1),”ALR.1”(Alarm 1) for ELR model.
OR
“ELC.1"(Earth leakage current 1),”ALR.1”(Alarm 1),“PH.OC" (Phase Over
Current), ”PH.uC”(Phase under Current), “PH.OU” (Phase Over Voltage),
“PH.uU” (Phase Under Voltage),(for ELR VI , ELR VI (NE)), “r.POr”
(Reverse Power) (only for ELR VI model).
4.1.3.2 YES / NO
This screen is used to activate OR Deactivate a
parameter.
Disabled parameters are shown in fig 31.
Fig No: -31
Parameters Enable mode :-
To enabled parameters follow the steps: -
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit
mode.
Example: -
Fig No: - 32 Press “” key to get “YES” on screen as shown in fig 32.
On pressing “ ENTER ” key Selected parameters will be
enabled as shown in fig 33.

On again pressing “ENTER” key enabled parameters


will be confirm & will go to “trip” (Trip point refer section
4.1.3.3) OR “Sy.Ip” (System input) in case of Reverse
Fig No: -33 Power ( refer section 4.1.3.8).

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4.1.3.3 Trip Point
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Pressing “” key
increments digit value & Pressing “” key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new trip point. After setting new trip
point meter will go to Trip delay setting (refer section 4.1.3.4)

TABLE 2 (B): ELR+


Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1) 30A 30mA
ALr.1(Alarm 1) 80% 50%
ELC.2(Earth Leakage Current 2) 30A 30mA
ALr.2(Alarm 2) 80% 50%
Note: ELR model has only ELC1 and Alarm1 parameters.

TABLE 2 (B): ELR VI


Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1 (Earth Leakage Current 1) 30A 30mA
ALr.1 (Alarm 1) 80% 50%
PH.OC (Phase Over Current) 140% 101%
PH.UC (Phase under Current) 99% 20%
PH.OU (Phase Over Voltage) 125% 101%
PH.uU (Phase under Voltage) 99% 70%
r.Por (Reverse Power) 20% 2%
Note: Reverse Power is not applicable to ELR VI (NE) model.

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4.1.3.4 Trip Delay
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Pressing “”
key increments digit value & Pressing “” key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new trip Delay.
After setting new trip Delay meter will goto Hysteresis (refer section
4.1.3.5)
Note: - 1. Alarm tripping delay will be Earth Leakage Current Trip delay.
2. If ELC (Earth Leakage Current) parameter is disabled then user can set
Alarm delay upto 30 Sec.

TABLE 2 (B): ELR+


Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1) 30 sec 0 sec
ALr.1(Alarm 1) 30 sec 0 sec
ELC.2(Earth Leakage Current 2) 30 sec 0 sec
ALr.2(Alarm 2) 30 sec 0 sec
Note: ELR model has only ELC1 and Alarm1.
TABLE 2 (C): ELR VI
Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1) 30 sec 0 sec
ALr.1(Alarm 1) 30 sec 0 sec
PH.OC (Phase Over Current) 30 sec 0 sec
PH.UC (Phase under Current) 30 sec 0 sec
PH.OU (Phase Over Voltage) 30 sec 0 sec
PH.uU (Phase under Voltage) 30 sec 0 sec
r.Por (Reverse Power) 30 sec 0 sec

Inverse-time tripping curve (applicable to Earth Leakage Current) :-


The inverse-time tripping curve built into the RISH Earth Leakage Relay
optimize protection of property and enhance continuity of service.
Protection is optimized because the higher the Earth Leakage current it
detects, the faster the relay will operate.

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Inverse Curve Formula: Trip Set value
Relay Operating Time = Set Trip Delay X
Measured value
4.1.3.5 Hysteresis
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Pressing “”
key increments digit value & Pressing “” key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new hysteresis.
After setting new Hysteresis meter will goto Relay assignment (refer
section 4.1.3.6)
TABLE 2 (B): ELR+
Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1) 40% # 5%
ALr.1(Alarm 1) 40%# 5%
#
ELC.2(Earth Leakage Current 2) 40% 5%
#
ALr.2(Alarm 2) 40% 5%
Note:-
# Relay will reset at point 15mA or 40% of In whichever
is greater.
1. ELR model has only ELC1 and Alarm1.
2. For safety reasons, if relay has already tripped then it
will not reset unless Earth Leakage Current is healthy i.e
below hysteresis value. This is to prevent unnecessary
relay chattering.
Parameters Upper Limit Lower limit
ELC.1(Earth Leakage Current 1) 40% # 5%
ALr.1(Alarm 1) 40%# 5%
PH.OC (Phase Over Current) 15% 3%
PH.UC (Phase under Current) 15% 3%
PH.OU (Phase Over Voltage) 15% 3%
PH.uU (Phase under Voltage) 15% 3%
r.Por (Reverse Power) 15% 5%

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Hysteresis Calculation Method:
Example: -
A) For “OV” (Over Voltage)
PT Secondary = 100 V
Trip point = 105% of PT Secondary = 105 V
Hysteresis = 3% of PT Secondary = 3 V
Relay Reset point = Trip point - Hysteresis
= 105 - 3
= 102 V

B) For Leakage Current


Leakage Current setting = 10 A
Tripping point = 80% to 100% of set Leakage Current = 8 - 10 A
Hysteresis = 10% of set Leakage Current = 1 A
Relay Reset point = Tripping point - Hysteresis
=8-1
=7A

4.1.3.6 Relay Assignment


This screen allows user to assign any fault to relay options
like "none" (No), "rL1" (Relay 1), "rL2" (Relay2), "rL12"
Fig No: -34
(Relay with two change Over Contacts).
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Example: -
Fig No: - 35 To assign Relay 1 to any fault parameter follow the steps.

When on screen (fig) 34 press “” key to get “rL1”


(Relay 1) as shown in fig 35. On pressing “ ENTER ” key
Fig No: - 36 Relay 1 will be assigned as shown in fig 36.
Note: - 1. Relay assigned to ELC will not be available in remaining
parameters.
2. Relay assigned to Alarm will not be available in remaining
parameters.
3. Relay assigned to “ PH.OU” or “En.OU”, “PH.uU” or “En.uU”,
“PH.OC”, “PH.uC”, “r.Por” will be available for each other but will not
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available in ELC, Alarm.

For Example : - Relay 1 is assigned to ELC.1 then user can set only Relay
2, none to remaining parameters.
If Relay 2 is assigned to “PH.OV” or “En. OV” then user can set it to all
except ELC1, Alarm1.

4.1.3.7 Quit
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will quit (Exit) from
parameter selection menu.
Fig No: - 37

4.1.3.8 System input


This screen allows user to select three different options
like 1P2 (1 phase 2 wire), 3P4b (3 phase 4 wire balanced
load), 3P3b (3 phase 3 wire balanced load).
Press “” key or “” key to move through options in system input.
By pressing “ ENTER “ key selected options will be confirm & meter will
go to trip point setting (refer section 4.1.3.3).
Note : - When system input is 1 phase 2 wire, 3 phase 4 wire PT Pri /
Sec act as Line to neutral & if 3 phase 3 wire it acts as Line to Line.
On measurement screens if positive power is measured meter will show
name “Pr” (+ve power) & its value and if negative power is measured
meter will show name “r.Pr” (revesre power) & its value.

4.1.4 Relay Setup Menu


This menu “ rELY ” (Relay) allows user to configure
Fig No: -38 different relay related parameters.

When on “rELY” menu as shown in fig 38.


Press “ ENTER ” key to enter into relay related parameters selection
screen.
Press “” key or “” key to move through relay related parameters
By pressing “ENTER“ key User can select the desired parameters.

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parameters like “Pon.d” (Power ON delay), “rCL.d” (Reclosure delay),
“rSt.C” (Reset Control), “COnF” (Relay Configuration), “rC.At”
(Reclosure attempts), “rLC.1” (Relay1 Control), “rLC.2” (Relay2
Control) (For ELR VI model). (refer section 4.1.4).
4.1.4.1 Power ON Delay
This screen allows user to set Power ON delay from 0.5
Sec to 30 Sec.
Fig No: - 39 Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing“” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.

Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new Power ON delay.


Power ON Delay will be applicable only once when the meter is powered
ON, and both relays rL1 & rL2 remain in tripped state during delay.
After setting new Power On delay meter will go back to Power on delay
screen (refer section 4.1.4.1)
TABLE 7:
Upper Limit Lower limit
Power ON Delay 30 Sec 0.5 Sec

4.1.4.2 Reclosure Delay


This Delay is used between two Reclosure Attempts and
available only in Auto Reset Control Mode.
This screen allows user to set Reclosure delay from 1 Sec
to 30 Sec.
Fig No: - 40 Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing“” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new Reclosure delay.
TABLE 8:
Upper Limit Lower limit
Reclosure Delay 30 Sec 1 Sec

4.1.4.3 Reset Control


Screen (Fig) 28 “ rSt.C ” (Reset Control) allows user to
set Auto Reclosure mode or Manual mode.
Fig No: - 41
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In Auto mode Meter will automatically reset (reconnect)
relay for the number of reclosure attempts after it enters
into Manual Reset Mode.
In manual mode user can manually reset relay by Reset
Fig No: - 42
button for approx 3 to 5 sec.
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will show previously
stored Auto / manual mode. As shown in fig 43 Auto mode
is enabled.
Fig No: - 43 Example: -
Assign Relay Reset control in manual mode.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
To disable Relay reset control in auto mode follow the steps.
Press “” key to get “no” as shown in fig 44.
On pressing “ ENTER ” key Relay Reset control will be in manual
mode.
After setting new Relay Reset control meter will go back
to Relay reset control screen (refer section 4.1.4.3)
Fig No: -44
Working of Reclosure Delay, Reset Delay and Reclosure Attempts:
Example:
Auto Reset Control = On, Trip Delay = 10 Sec, Reclosure Delay = 10
Sec and Reclosure Attempts = 2.
Assuming Fault condition has occured, Relay is tripped after Trip Delay
then Relay is reset (reconnect) after Reclosure Delay.
Now if Fault is still present then again Relay will trip after Trip Delay,
then this will continue for the number of Reclosure Attempts. If it finds
healthy condition at first attempt only then relay remains in Reset Mode
only.
4.1.4.4 Relay Configuration
This menu allows user to configure relay in energized or
de-energized mode.
Fig No: - 45 On Pressing "ENTER" key meter will show previously
configured relay.
Example: Assign relay in energized mode.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode. Press “”
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key to get “En” (energized mode) as shown in fig 45.On pressing “
ENTER ” key Relay will be configured in energized mode.
Note: - similarly user can configure relay in “dE.En” de- energized
mode.
4.1.4.5 Reclosure Attempts
This screen allows user to set Reclosure attempts from 1
to 5.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Fig No: - 46
Pressing“” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.
Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new Reclosure
attempts.
After setting new Reclosure attempts meter will go
back to Reclosure attempts screen (refer section
4.1.4.5)
4.1.4.6 Relay 1 Control
This screen allows user to assign relay1 to trip mode or to
buzzer mode.
On pressing Reset key /, if meter is in trip mode the relay
Fig No: - 47
will reset only when no fault is present, whereas in
buzzer mode the particular relay will reset immediately even if fault is
present.
Note : - Relay 1 control is not applicable to Earth Leakage Current, Alarm.
On Pressing "ENTER" key meter will show previously configured relay
control mode.
Example: -
After “rLC.1”, for Assigning relay1 to trip mode follow the steps.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.

Press “” key to get “trip” (trip mode) as shown in fig 48.
On pressing “ ENTER ” key, relay 1 will be assigned to trip
Fig No: - 48 mode as shown in fig 49.
After setting new Relay control mode, meter will go back
to Relay Control screen (refer section 4.1.4.6)

Fig No: - 49
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4.1.4.7 Relay 2 Control
This screen allows user to assign relay2 to trip mode or to
buzzer mode.
On pressing Reset key /, if meter is in trip mode the relay
Fig No: - 50
will reset only when no fault is present, whereas in
buzzer mode the particular relay will reset immediately even if fault is
present.
Note : - Relay 2 control is not applicable to Earth Leakage Current, Alarm.
On Pressing "ENTER" key meter will show previously configured relay
control mode.
Example: -
After “rL1”, for Assigning relay2 to trip mode follow the steps.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.

Press “” key to get “trip” (trip mode) as shown in fig 51.
On pressing “ ENTER ” key, relay 1 will be assigned to trip
Fig No: - 51 mode as shown in fig 52.
After setting new Relay control mode, meter will go back
to Relay Control screen (refer section 4.1.4.5)

Fig No: - 52

4.1.4.8 Reset Delay


This screen allows user to set reset delay from 0.2 Sec to
30 Sec.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing“” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.

Pressing “ENTER” key will confirm new Reset delay.


After setting new Reset delay meter will go back to Reset delay screen
(refer section 4.1.4.8)

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4.1.4.9 Quit
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will quit (Exit) from
Relay SET UP menu .
Fig No: - 53

4.1.5 Reset menu


Screen (Fig) 54 “ rESt ” (Reset) function allows user to
reset High, Low Earth Leakage Current 1 & 2, stored
Fig No: - 54
faults.
Press “ENTER” key screen will show “nonE” (No) as
shown in fig 55.

Fig No: - 55

Press “” key or “” key to move through options in


Reset Menu.
Fig No: - 56

Options in Reset menu are: -


none: - No
ALL - All values.
Fig No: - 57 Hi - High values.
Lo - Low values.
FLtS - Stored Faults.
Fig No: - 58 By pressing “ ENTER “ key User can Reset values
from the selected options.

Fig No: - 59

4.1.6 Quit Screen


On pressing “ENTER” key meter will quit (Exit) from
main menu.
Fig No: - 60

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4.2 Faults
4.2.1 Fault Number
Screen (Fig) 61 “ FALt ” (Fault) shows stored faults &
Fig No: - 61
corresponding response value.
When on “FALt” menu as shown in fig 61,
pressing “” key OR “” will go to “quit” (quit) menu refer section
4.2.2 as shown in fig 60.
When on “quit” menu as shown in fig 60, pressing “” key OR “”
will go to “FALt” (Fault) menu refer section 4.2.1 as shown in fig 61.

When on fault menu, pressing “ENTER” key meter will


show “Ft.no” (Fault numbers) as shown in fig 62. This
Fig No: - 62 function will show Last 15 faults.
Example: - To know the name of first fault & it’s details follow the steps: -
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will enter into edit mode.
Pressing “” key increments digit value & Pressing “”
key decrements digit value.
*
Fig No: - 63
To access this Set Up press “Enter” key, meter will show “Ft.01” (Fault1)
as shown in fig 63. (* denotes decimal point is flashing).
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will show fault name.
Pressing “” or “” key, meter will show all fault parameters values.

Note : - 1. If Logged fault is Reverse power then meter will show r.Por,
PH-C, PH-V (in case of ELR VI model) or En-V (in case of ELR VI NE
model) values else it will show ELC1, PH-C, PH-V or En-V values.
2. Faults are stored in First In First Out (FIFO) order which
means the latest fault is always stored on first location and previous faults
get shifted downwards.
4.2.2 Quit
On pressing “ENTER” key meter will quit (Exit) from fault
menu & go to measurement parameters menu.
Fig No: - 64

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4.3 Other Indications
When input exceeds 33 Amp in Earth Leakage Relay,
127 % PT Secondary, 145% of CT Secondary meter will
show "-OL-" (Over Load), If power exceeds 9999 K meter
Fig No: - 65 will show "-OL-" (Over Load) as shown in fig 65.
Caution: - Input should not exceed upper limits of Earth Leakage Current
specified above.

5. OTHER FEATURES
5.1 Test Relay operations
"tESt" (Test) feature allows user to test relay operation when healthy
inputs are applied i.e no fault is present.
To Test relay operations follow the steps: -
On pressing "TEST /" key for 3 seconds, all relay contacts will switch
positions & Relay1, Relay2 LEDs will turn ON, and on releasing will
return to initial state.

5.2 Manual Reset


When "Reset /  " key is pressed continuously for 3 Sec the manual
reset will be acknowledged and when the fault condition is no longer
present, the relay will automatically reset.
Note: - To access this feature, Relay reset control should be set as “no”.

5.3 CBCT Open Detection


Rish Earth Leakage Relay offers CBCT open detection feature to both
Earth Leakage Current 1& 2.
If CBCT 1 of ELC.1 is not connected to input
terminals (refer connection diagram) meter will flash
“OPE.1" (CBCT 1 open) message as shown in fig 66 &
Fig No: - 66 operates associated Relay. Similarly when CBCT2 of
ELC.2 is not connected meter will flash “OPE.2"
(CBCT 2 open) .
Note : -CBCT open detection feature will be enabled if ELC parameter is
enabled.

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6. DEFAULT SETTINGS / On FACTORY RESET
TABLE 6 (A):
Parameters Default values
Earth leakage Current Trip point 30 mA
Alarm Trip point 60%
Hysteresis 15% / 5%*
Power ON Delay 1 Sec
Trip Delay 0 Sec / 1 Sec*
Reclosure Delay 10 Sec
Reclosure attempts 3
Relay Reset Options Autoreclosure
Relay Configuration mode De - Energize
Trip Setting For Over Voltage 110%
Trip Setting For Under Voltage 80%
Trip Setting For Over Current 110%
Trip Setting For Under Current 80%
CT Primary 5A
CT Secondary 5A
PT Primary 0.240 kV
PT Secondary 240 V / 5 V
Auto Scrolling Disabled
Reset Delay 1 Sec
Relay Control mode Trip
Earth Leakage Current 1 Enabled
Alarm 1 Disabled
Earth Leakage Current 2 Disabled
Alarm 2 Disabled
Phase / Earth to neutral Over Voltage Enabled
Phase / Earth to neutral Under Voltage Disabled
Phase Over Current Enabled
Phase Under Current Disabled
Reverse Power Disabled

*Applicable for Reverse Power.


Note : - 1. Above mentioned default settings are applicable as per their
model.
2. PT Primary is not applicable to ELR VI (NE) model.

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7. INSTALLATION
27 mm
Caution
1. In the interest of safety and
functionality this product must
be installed by a qualified
engineer, abiding by any local
96 mm

regulations.
2. Voltages dangerous to human
life are present at some of the
terminal connec-tions of this
6 mm
unit. Ensure that all supplies a,
35 mm
DIN Rail Clip de-energized before attempting
Panel Mounted

Protection Relay can be mounted on a top-hat rail or directly on to wall by


mounting plate.
The front of the enclosure conforms to IP 20.
The terminals of the product should be protected from liquids.
The Meter should be mounted in a reasonably stable ambient temperature
and where the operating temperature is within the range -10 to 550C.
Vibration should be kept to a minimum and the product should not be
mounted where it will be subjected to excessive direct sunlight.
7.1 EMC Installation Requirements: -
This product has been designed to meet the certification of the EU
directives when installed to a good code of practice for EMC in industrial
environments, e.g.
1. Screened output and low signal input leads or have provision for fitting
RF suppression components, such as ferrite absorbers, line filters
etc., in the event that RF fields cause problems.
Note:It is good practice to install sensitive electronic instruments that are
performing critical functions, in EMC enclosures that protect against
electrical interference which could cause a disturbance in function.
2. Avoid routing leads alongside cables and products that are, or could
be, a source of grounded interference.
3. To protect the product against permanent damage, surge transients
must be limited to 2kV pk. It is good EMC practice to suppress

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automatically recover in the event of a high level of transients. In extreme
circumstances it may be necessary to temporarily disconnect the auxiliary
supply for a period of greater than 5 seconds to restore correct operation.
The Current inputs of these products are designed for connection in to
systems via Core Balance Current Transformers only, where one side is
grounded.
4. ESD precautions must be taken at all times when handling this
product.
7.2 Case Dimension & Panel Cut Out
27 mm
96 mm 92mm+0.8

92mm+0.8
96mm

Display Area

6 mm
Panel Cutout
Front View 35 mm

7.3 Wiring
Input connections are made directly to screw-type terminals with indirect
wire pressure. Numbering is clearly marked on the connector. Choice of
cable should meet local regulations. Terminal for Current inputs will accept
upto 4mm2 (12AWG) solid or 2.5 mm2 stranded cable.

7.4 Auxiliary Supply


Meter should ideally be powered from a dedicated supply.

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8. CONNECTION DIAGRAMS

A) DIN RAIL MOUNTABLE ELR:

1 2 3 4 7 8 9
CBCT
NC NC NC NC NC
L N
Aux Supply L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
5 6 EL1

RISH ELR

1 2 7 8 9

CBCT1 NC NC NC
L N
Aux Supply L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2 CBCT2 L
5 6 L
O
EL1 A
N
D
E

EL 2 S13 S2
4

RISH ELR+

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Current Voltage Aux Supply
3 4 1 2 7 8 9

CBCT NC
L N
S1 S2 L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
5 6 EL1

RISH ELR - VI (For Earth to


Neutral Voltage Measurement)

Current Voltage Aux Supply


3 4 1 2 7 8 9

CBCT NC
L N
S1 S2 L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
5 6 EL1

RISH ELR-VI

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B) PANEL MOUNTABLE ELR:

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CBCT NC NC NC NC NC NC
L N
Aux Supply L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
1 2 EL1

RISH ELR

5 6 7 8 9 10

CBCT1 NC NC NC NC
L N
Aux Supply L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2 CBCT2 L
1 2 L
O
EL1 A
N
D
E

EL 2 S13 S2
4

RISH ELR+

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Current Voltage Aux Supply
3 4 6 8 9 10 5 7

CBCT NC NC
L N
S1 S2 L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
1 2 EL1

RISH ELR - VI (For Earth to


Neutral Voltage Measurement)

Current Voltage Aux Supply


3 4 6 8 9 10 5 7

CBCT NC NC
L N
S1 S2 L
L O
N A
D
E

S1 S2
1 2 EL1

RISH ELR-VI

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9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input
Leakage current (I n) 30mA to 30 A (through CBCT)
Tripping Range 80% to 100% of (I n)
Alarm Tripping Range 80% to 100% of Alarm trip point

ELR - VI model
Nominal Input Voltage (AC RMS) 5 V AC (for Earth to Neutral Voltage
measurement), 500 (V AC).
Max Continuous Input Voltage 127% of PT Secondary
(OL Indication)
System PT Secondary range 1V to 5 VAC, 50V to 500 V
programmable on site (as per resp.
model).
System PT Primary range 50 to 1200 kV programmable on site.
(Note: - Not applicable for 1 to 5V AC
input).
Nominal Input Current (AC RMS) 5A
Max Continuous Input Current 145% of CT Secondary
(OL Indication)
System CT Secondary Values 1 A to 5 A programmable on site
System CT Primary Values 1A to 999 kA programmable on site
Operating Frequency Ranges 45 to 66 Hz
Input Voltage Ranges 50% to 125% of Pt Secondary
Input Current Ranges 20% to 140% of Ct Secondary
Auxiliary Supply
Higher Aux 60 V – 300V AC-DC
Lower Aux 20 V – 60 VDC / 20 V – 40 VAC
Aux supply frequency 45 to 66 Hz range

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3 Phase 4 wire connection 3 Phase 3 wire connection
CBCT CBCT
R R
Y L L
O Y O
B A A
N D B D

S1 S2 S1 S2
E E

RELAY CONNECTIONS :

Relay 1 Relay 2
COM COM
11 21

NC NO NC NO

12 14 22 24

Note- Relay Contacts are shown in power off condition

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VA Burden
Input Voltage Burden < 0.6VA approx.
Input current burden < 0.25 VA approx. per phase
Auxiliary supply burden < 4 VA approx for AC aux.
< 4 W approx for DC aux.
Reference condition for Accuracy :
Reference Condition 23°C +/- 2°C
Input waveform Sinusoidal (distortion factor 0.005)
Input Frequency 50 or 60 Hz ±2%
Auxiliary supply voltage 230 VAC / DC ±1%
Auxiliary supply frequency 50 or 60 Hz ±1%

Accuracy :
Leakage Current ±5% of Full Scale
Voltage ±1% of nominal value
Input Current ±1% of nominal value
Power ±2% of nominal value
Trip, Pre Alarm, Autoreclosure ±5% of Set Delay or ± 50msec
time delays (for Leakage (whichever is greater).
Current)
Power ON delay ±140 msec or ±5% of Set Delay,
Reset, Trip (for Voltage Whichever is Greater (WIG)
& Current) time delays
Instantaneous tripping <25msec for leakage current
(Applicable for Leakage greater than 5 times of set
tripping) value

Note: - ELR can be configured through PRKAB using


standard Modbus protocol.

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10. Core Balance Current Transformer (CBCT):-

RISH TWE - 73/30(50)


RISH TWE - 95/50(40)

RISH TWE - 135/85(30)


RISH TWE - 165/130(30)

RISH TWE - 260/200(22)

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Mechanical Attributes :
Weight <300g Approx.
Applicable Standards:
Testing as per IEC 60947- 2, Annex - M
EMC IEC 61326-1:2012, Table 2
Immunity IEC 61000-4-3. 10V/m min – Level 3
industrial Low level
Safety IEC 61010-1-2010, Permanently
connected use
IP for water & dust IEC60529
Pollution degree: 2
Installation category: 300V CAT III / 600V CAT II
High Voltage Test 2.2 kV AC, 50Hz for 1 minute between all
Electrical circuits.
Environmental :
Operating temperature -10 to +55°C
Storage temperature -25 to +70°C
Relative humidity 0... 95% non condensing
Shock 15g in 3 planes
Vibration 10... 55 Hz, 0.15mm amplitude
Enclosure IP20 (front face only)
Relay Contacts :
Types of output 1CO, 2CO, 1CO+1CO
Contact Ratings (Res. Load) 5A/250VAC/30VDC
Mechanical Endurance 1x10^7 OPS
Electrical Endurance NO- 3x10^4 OPS for 1CO / 1CO+1CO relay
NC- 1x10^4 OPS
1x10^5 OPS for 2CO relay
Maximum Cable Length for connection between Meter and CBCT
: <1 Mtr
Note: - Use Twisted pair shielded cable.
(Not to be run parallel to power cables).

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Models : - Features: -
> RISH TWE - 73/30(50) > Slim Design
> RISH TWE - 95/50(40) > Encapsulated CBCT
> RISH TWE - 135/85(30) > Compact in size
> RISH TWE - 165/130(30) > Light in Weight

CBCT Specifications: -
CBCT Type : Closed Toroid
Turns Ratio : 600 / 1A
Rated Current : 30A
System Voltage : 720 V maximum
System Frequency : 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Insulation Voltage : 3kV for 1 minute
Distance Between CBCT and ELR : < 1 meters
Operating Temperature : -10°C to +55°C

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Dimensions :-
OD

ID

Axial
Dimensions (in mm)
CBCT OD ID Axial Current Ranges
RISH TWE - 73/30(50) 73 30 50 30mA to 30A

RISH TWE - 95/50(40) 95 50 40 30mA to 30A


RISH TWE - 135/85(30) 135 85 30 30mA to 30A
RISH TWE - 165/130(30) 165 130 30 500mA to 30A
L

W
H

CBCT L H W Current Ranges


RISH TWE - 260/200(22) 260 200 22 30mA to 30A

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NOTE

The information contained in these installation instructions is for use only


by installers trained to make electrical power installations and is intended
to describe the correct method of installation for this product.
However, 'manufacturer' has no control over the field conditions which
influence product installation. It is user's responsibility to determine the
suitability of installation method in the user's field condition, 'manufacturer'
only obligations are responsibility to determine suitability of the installation
method in the user's field conditions.'Manufacturer' only obligations are
those in manufacturer standard conditions.
'Manufacturer' only obligations are those in 'Manufacturer' standard
condition of sale for this product and in no case will 'Manufacturer' be liable
for any other incidental, indirect or consequential damages arising from
the use or misuse of the products.

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